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Lecture 23
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Some Actin-Binding Proteins
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Myosin II Heavy chains = 2 of 2000 amino acids Light chains, - 2 of 190kD - 2 of 170 kD
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Myosin ‘Walking Along’ F-Actin
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Skeletal Muscle Cell
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Rabbit Skeletal Muscle Myofibrils Z discs define a contractile unit --Plus end of actin inserted into Z disc
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Cross Section of Insect flight Muscle
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‘Sliding Filament’ Model of Muscle Contraction
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Scanning EM of Neuromuscular Junction
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Ion Channels at the Neuromuscular Junction
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T-tubules and the Sarcoplasmic Reticulum
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Troponin Complex and Muscle Contraction
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Proteins of a Sarcomere
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Unformatted text preview: Microtubules Dynamic Instability of Microtubules Microtubule Organization in Fibroblasts and Neurons Microtubule Organization in Cilia and Flagella Motions of Cilia and Flagella Ciliary Dynein Bending of an Axoneme Three Classes of Microtubules are Components of the Mitotic Apparatus Effects of Proteins that Bind to Microtubule Ends Microtubule flux during Metaphase Separation of Chromosomes at Anaphase Motor Proteins and Anaphase Cytokinesis Major Types of Intermediate Filaments in Vertebrate Cells...
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2010 for the course MCDB 3120 taught by Professor Poyton,ro during the Spring '08 term at Colorado.

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